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New Projects We Love
Valentine's Day is over, but love is still in the air -- especially for these remodeling projects our customers recently shared with us.

If you're looking to update your living room, fireplace, kitchen or any other room with the look of real stone, these five projects may ignite your design passion. Want to see more? Spend some time with our photo galleries.
The Glorious After
Media wall with Norwich Stacked Stone
As you can see from the photo they called "the glorious after", Gary and Juliane from The Villages, FL, transformed the blank canvas of their media wall by adding floating cabinets, shelves, a new stainless-steel fireplace -- all backed by our stacked stone-style panels. 

It turned out to be gorgeous and family, friends and neighbors are amazed. 
It turned out pretty nice, eh?  Highly recommended!

Beachy Keen Fireplace
Fireplace before
Before
Fireplace with Norwich Dry Stack in White
After

Kay of St. Pete Beach, FL, was keen to remodel her fireplace; the mirror surround from the 1980's had to go. She wanted a new look that would be clean, cool and complement her home's beachy decor.  Dry Stack panels in White were the solution.

We are very happy with the panels and how the finished product looks. These were perfect, and the contractor loved working with them, so easy to install. Thanks again.

Post-Hurricane Renovation
After the hurricane
Before
Wainscoting and wall with Norwich Stacked Stone
After

18" of hurricane flood water did a real number on the lower level of Sabra's home on St. George Island, FL. With the walls ruined and the likelihood of a similar storm hitting again, Sabra wanted to explore alternatives to drywall.

She was delighted to discover that our panels are made from a "closed-cell" polyurethane that is impervious to water and moisture -- ensuring that any future floods will cause a lot less damage.

The faux panels look fabulous and really transformed the entrance.

Created with:
Light in Weight, Heavy on Style
Kitchen wall with Norwich Dry Stack in Sierra Brown

Jeanne recently remodeled her kitchen, part of which was adding new quartz counter tops. They look gorgeous, but as Jeanne told us, the island's top alone weighed 700 lbs! She knew she needed a lighter solution to add a stone look to the wall dividing the kitchen from the living room.

Our wall took us just three and a half hours from start to end to install and about 45 minutes of touch up painting - which, by the way, was very easy to use and the colors blend so well!  Love, love, 
love  your product.

Jeanne was also thrilled with her customer service experience, writing,  Thanks again for all your help with my questions. You are great at what you do and appreciated deeply.

Basement Bar: No Mess, No Hassle
Basement bar with Norwich Dry Stack
Close-up view of basement bar

This stuff is awesome. It was recommended to me by my cousin who' s a builder. He used this product before on his patio bar. The install videos on the site were useful to get me going. I would recommend these panels to anyone who doesn' t want to deal with the mess and the hassle of real stone.
-- Jeff M. Toledo, OH

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DIY Entertainment Center Build with Faux Stacked Stone
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Testimonial of the Month

Fireplace transformation! In comparison to building with natural materials (i.e. real stone and mortar construction) this product is hands down, superior. A minimal amount of woodworking experience should give you enough confidence to install this yourself. Very easy and looks great.
-- Seberly, Los Angeles, CA

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